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T1IK BAHKE DAILY TIMKS, BAIUtE, VT., THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1014.'
OPPOSE A LARGER ARMY A. F. of L. Officers Answer Gen. Wotherspoon's Report GOMPERS AND DUNCAN EMPHATIC Sacredness of Human Life a Part of the Action of the Nation GET RID OF HUMORS AND AVOID DISEASE SALTS IF BACKACHY AND KIDNEYS HURT Humor In the. hlnod causa Internal derangements that alfect the whole sys tem, hh well as pimples, boils and other eruptions. They alfoot all tlia ordain and funi't ioiiH. membrane and tisnues, and am directly .responsible for the readineHs witli which some people con tract diHpaw. For 40 year Hood' Sarsaparilla has been nior successful than any other hum iirino in expelling liumor and re moving their inward and outward ef fwts. It I diHtiriL'uiHlicd for it thor outrhness In purifying the blood, which it enriches and invigorates. No other mcd'ciiip act like it, for no other medi cine, is likn it. Got Hood' Paraaparilla to-day. In Hint on having Hood's. Advt. Philadelphia. Nov. 19. A firm stand against increasing the defenses of this country was taken by the chief officers of the American Federation of Labor yesterday. This artion was provoked by the report of the retiring head of the United States army, General Wother spoon, who counselled that the United States i army be- increased to 1,000,000 men, trained after tne German style. "I am emphatically and uncompromis ingly opposed to any scheme to enlarge the United States army and navy," ex clt.imed Samuel Gompers, president of the federation. ' "I believe that those who wish to abolish war must lose no opportunity to impart the ethics of hu manity and to make the sacredness of human life a part ot the thought and action of the nation." . James Duncan, first rice-president of th? federation, was equally as vehement in his opposition to General Wother spoon's advice. stated in the House of Commons yes terday, In reply to a question, that the total Uritish naval casualties to date were: Officers killed, 222 j wounded, 37 J miss ing. 5. ' Men killed, 3,4.15 ; wounded, 428; miss ing 1. This list, the first lord, said, did not in clude the missing officers and men in the royal naval division at Antwerp and on the Dritish cruiser Good Hope, sunk by the Germans off the Chilian coast which totalled 1,00(1 and 875 respectively. ftloy Rating Meat for While if Your Bladder Is Troubling You WOTHERSPOON CALLS FOR ARMY OF MILLION Retiring Chief of Staff of United States Army Points to Weaknesses in Report, When you wake up with backache and dull misery in the kidney region it gen erally means you have been eating too much meat, says a well-known author ity. Meat forms uric acid, which over works the kidneys in their effort to filter it from the blood, and they become sort of paralyzed and loggy. When your kidney get sluggish and clog, you must relieve them, like you relieve your bow els; removing all the' body's urinous waste, else you have backache, sick head ache, dir.r.y spells; your stomach sours, tongue is coated, and when the weather is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The urine is cloudy, full of sediment, chan nels ofton get sore, water scalds, and you are obliged to seek relief two or three times during the night. Kither consult a good, reliable physi cian lit once or get from your pharmacist about four ounces of Jad Salts; take a tablespoonful in a glass of water before breakfast for a few days, and your kid neys will then act fines This famous suits is made from the acid of grapes and lemon juice, combined with lithia, and has been used for generations to clear, and stimulate sluggish kidneys, also to neutralize acids in the urine so it no longer irritates, thus ending blad der weakness. , Jad Salts is a life saver for regular meat eaters. It is inexpemve, cannot injure, and makes a delightful, efferves cent lithia-water drnik. -Advt. TO KEEP CIVILIANS FROM RETALIATION Measures Proposed by Germany to Avoid Further Disabilities on Cit liens Detained. The Hague, Nov. 10, The Associated Tress is informed by German officials that a plan is being discussed to do away with further mutual retaliatory measures upon interned privato citiwns ot r ranee and Germany. Jt is propose to appoint a German commission to visit Ireni'h 'detention camps and a French commission to visit the German camps, These .commissions are to investigate actual conditions among the detained foreign subjects, and, if possible to agree upon a plan whereby bo'th nation will retrain from further drastic measures. MAY STOP SUBWAY WORK. BRITISH NAVAL OFFICERS DEAD IN ACTION, 22 Men Killed, 3,455 But This Does Not Include Naval Division Losses at Antwerp or on Cruiser Good Hope. London, Nov. 1!). Winston Spencer Churchill, first lord of the admiralty, Effect of Great Kidney Remedy Soon Realized I feel it my duty to let you know what rwamp-Kooi ant lor me. l was bothered with my back for over twenty years and at times I could hardly get out of bed. I read your advertisement and decided to try Swamp-Root. Used five bottles, and it has been five years since I used it, and I have never been bothered a day since I took the last bottle of it. I mil thoroughly convinced thst Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Hoot cured me and would recommend it to others suf fering as I did. My husband whs troubled with kidney i ana maimer trouiiles and he took your Swamp-Root and it cured him. This was about five years' ago. You may publish this letter if you choose. Very truly vours. MRS. MATTIK CAMFTEIJ), R. F. I). No. 3, Gobleville, Mich. Miownoed arid sworn to before me this 13th of July, 1009. ARV1X W. MYERS. Notary Public, For Van Duren Co., Mich. Washington, Nov. 1!). America badly needs more soldiers, General Wother- spron, who retired as United States army chief of staff this week, made this claim in positive terms in his annual report made public yesterday. Not only is the country unprepared to resist invasion by a first-class powerv lie held, hut it is likewise in no position to defend the Philippines, the Panama ennui, Alaska or Hawaii from hostile at tack. Moreover, he contended, the prob able value of our coast defenses is questionable. To relieve ese alarming situations wotherspoon counselled that the coun try's standing army be raised to 205,000 men, and that in addition there be a mobile army of 500.000 men of the first line and 300,000 of the second line. That America would do well to draw from Germany's military training system was his broad hijit. He held thnt this nation with its pres ent system cannot possibly assemble rapidly enough sufficient forces, equipped for field operations, to cope with an enemy debarking on our shores. Dis tribution of forces on a wide front was advised, because of the wide choice of larding places open to an enemy. I Fo the first line mobile forces of 500, 000 men Wotnerspoon would have thor oughly trained men equipped witll pro visions and supplies for six months These would be reinforced by a second line of 300.000 drawn from the orgsn used militia and similarly provisioned. STOCKS SETTLEMENT ADJUSTED IN LONDON Many Securities Taken Up Consols Al most Unsalable Fixed Minimum Is 68',. London, Nov. 10. The settlement was concluded yesterday and was better than expected considering the present finan cial conditions, A good deal of stock was taken up and only a few firmB, chiefly with foreign connections, failed to settle, but is hoped that their posi tions will be cleared up in a few days. Consols were almost unsalable at the fixed minimum of 6H1,, owing to the new loans which are still called par to half premium. PARIS AGAIN CAPITA!,. French Government, It Is Reported, Is to Return from Bordeaux. Latter to Dr. Kflmtr A C-, Binchamton, N. T. Praaa What 8amp-RMt Will Oa far Tm Kend ten cents to Dr. Kilmer A Co., Itinjrhamton, N. Y., for a sample sire bottle. It will convince anyone. You will also reroive a booklet of valuable in formation, telling about the kidneys and KILLS WHEN KAISER'S INSULTED. German in Chicaeo Slays Enelishman and Wounds Swede. Chicago, Nov. 19. lohn St rouble, an aged Orman, wat on the edge of his bed early yesterday reading a German newspiiper's account of the fighting in Flanders. John Heffron, an Englishman, and Peter Linsky, a Swede, roomed in the same house, dropped in and took chairs. "The Kaiser i a mutt," said Heffron; "he ought to be in jail." St rouble drew a revolver from under his pillow and fired twice. Heffron fill over dd and Linsky fled with a bullet in his khoulder. Strouble was arrested. Paris, Nov. 10. The whole legislative and administrative staffs of the trench Cham tier of Deputies will return to Par is to-day as a prelude to the return of the French government. President l'oincare has signed a de cree giving special daily allowances of three francs (00 cents) to officers, and one franc to non-commissioned officers serving in the zone of operations, in ad ditiop to their pay. An official decree promulgated yesterday extends to the French colonies in Africa the prohibition on the salt1 and consumption of absinthe snd kindred drinks at present being en forced in France. Will Dr. Tl. II. laboratory of hygiene will represent the Represent Vermont, tone. director of the state Ihtste board of health at the convention in Jacksonville, Fla., the week of Novem ber 30, of the American Public Health association. Dr. Stone will participate bladder. Wlivn writing be sure and men- " t'M discussion of some of the health tion the Barre Daily Times. Regular problems to he brought before the con fifty -cent and one-dollar bottle for vrntion and will render a report of con sale at all drug stores. Advt. ditions in Vermont. Reynolds & Son's 90th Saturday Sale November 21 Aluminum Sauce Pan Sets BASEBALL PEACE FLICKERING. Negotiations for Purchase of Chicago Nationals Are Off. Chicago. Nov. 13. "If Mr. Taft has called off negotiations regarding the purcliAsi; of the Cub stock, it means war to a finish between the federal league and organized ball, said Charles Wecgh man, president of the Chicago Federals yesterday. J he federal league was anxious for pence, but we can't have it, we are nior ready for war than ever. eeghman admitted he had never held an option on the Tsft holders, hut said he had been promised a chance to bid for them. Unions Invoke an Old Law in New York City. New York, Nov. 19. Halting of work on the whole dual rapid transit system niakin? idle 18,000 men who are being paid 02,000,000 a week, tying up the city's great investment and delaying the subways until court contests can be de elded, is threatened by the action of labor unions, made known to the public service commission yesterday, lo each contractor builJing the dual system the Bricklayers' union, in concert with all the other unions affected bv subway and elevated work, has sunt a letter saying that "uny contractor who continues to violate the labor law will be prosecuted." The violations complained of are the employment of alien workers and the pay ment of less than "the prevailing rate of wages. .Ninety per cent, of the laborers are not citizens of the United States. The subway cannot be built without alien labor. Hut assuming that the unions have the law on their side until the courts decide otherwise, one of the contracting firms, the Oscar Daniels com pany, stopped work on the elevated line in White Plains road. The Bronx. The "alien labor" section, No. 14, of the state labor law, was passed seven teen years ago. It not only says that only United States cities shall be em ployed on state or city work, but that preference shall be given to citizens of this state. It compels each contractor in a city of the first class to keep a list of employees, setting forth whether they j are naturalized or native. lolation is misdemeanor punishable by a fine of from 1.50 to $500 or by from thirty to ninety days imprisonment, or both. It has ben treated as a dead letter law. As to its constitutionality, the minor court which have passed upon it have differed. The superior court of Buffalo declared it unconstitutional as contra vening a treaty with Italy and interfer ing with personal liberty. On the other hand the county court of Orleans ruled in 1011 that the state has the right to say who shall be employed on public works, that treaties do not cover the em ployment of alien labor on public works and that the section is valid. DON'T SUFFER WITH NEURALGIA Musterole Gives Delicious Comfort When those sharp pains go shooting through your head, when your skull icems as u ii wouiu spur, just run m tle MUSTEROLE on the temples and neck. It draws out the inflammation, soothes away the pain gives quick relief. MUSTEROLE is a clean, white olnt ment. made with oil of mustard. Wetter than a mustard plaster and does not blis tcr I Doctors and nurses frankly recom mend MUSTEROLE for Sore throat, Bronchitis. Crouo. Stiff Neck, Asthma, Neuralgia, Congestion. Pleurisy, Rheu matism. Lumbago. Pains and Aches of the Back or Joints. Sprains, Sore Mus cles, Bruises, Chilblains, Frosted Feet Colds of the Chest (.it often prevents Pneumonia). ,- At your druraist's, in 25c and 50c iars. and a special large hospital size for $2.50. Be sure you get the genuine MUS TEROLE. Refuse imitations get what vou ask for. The Musterole Company. Cleveland, Ohio. ONE DOSE RELIEVES A COLD NO QUININE S3 Pape,s Cold Compound" Makes You Feel Fine at Once Don't Stay Stuff ed-Up! Take It Now. Relief comes instantly. A dose taken every two hours until three doses are taken will end grippe misery and break up a severe cold either the head, chest, body or limbs. It promptly opens cloggod-up nostrils and air passages in the head, stops nasty ischarge or nose running, relieves sick headache, dullness, feverishness, sore throat, sneezing, soreness and stiffness. Don t stay stuffed-up! Quit blowing nd snufflings! Kase your throbbing head! Nothing 'else in the world gives uch prompt relief as Tape's Cold Com-: pound," which costs only 25 cents at any drug store. It acts without assist-1 ance, tastes nice, causes no inconveniecne. Be sure you get the genuine. Advt. Warm Wraps Needed for Sudden Cold Snaps Did you shiver with the sudden drop in the temperature yesterday? If you did, like enough you were not wearing a maw because a good mackinaw laughs at the thermometer Iceeps you snug and warm in the coldest weather, and does it without making you feel bundled up. Be prepared for the next sudden drop get one of these mackinaws to-day. 1 Moore & Owens, BARRE'S LEADING CLOTHIERS Barre, Vermont Mack TEN BOYS DIE IN FIRE. Marl- FIGHT BAD EGG TRAFFIC. Cincinnati, O., Nov. 19, In answer to a telegram from WVeghman snking for an extension until Dec 1 on an option on Taft's stock in the Chicago Nation als, Wooghnian w sent a letter not only refuninjr to extend the time, but inform ing him that all negotiations looking toward his prospective purchase of the Chicago Nationals were at an end. YOU'RE CONSTIPATED, BILIOUS ! CASCARETS Sick Headache, Sour Stomach, Gas, Bad Breath, Mean Liver and Bow els Need Cleansing 98c 1 flt a li-opnt b now. j N fwhls how bad your liver, atma-h 'or bowels; hw much jour lead aches, how miserable and- uncomfortable you sr from constipation, indication, Inl iuuaneat and bimi-h bow ! ynu al- i way get the deir.l retult with t'aa rarets. IV. n't b-t your stomach, liter aJ lxiwds make you nii.iral.U-. Take Caa- areta tnnipbt; put an end to the head-ti-iie, lilioutie, iiMin"K. mttwrnim, aik Hour. ftr stf.rnach. Ittt4ftrh and m r j organs of all f 1. 1'-, (imi and c.nti kt-d mttT l.i'h m pr-.diif tin irtiiM-r v. A I'M'tit !h mean )i"-aitli. ha, -pi- ie an'l a il.r bead for B"fit,. N. m.r- ila va ( l. n snd itr- if rx ill take a C't ! ai d tb'-n. All ' dnicfi' a J art. tn't fcre.-t i tl i Itll 'ren - tbr Iit1i ifioi'Jra fK-d -i.tS l.-aii,r. li.- ,t lit. Federal, State and Local Officials Bcjin Campaign in Illinois. Washington, Nov. 19. Federal, state and local officials have begun a campaign in Illinois, the department of agricul ture announced yesterday to stop what declared was illegal trallie in impure eggs, "from evidence gathered, the de partment states, there Mini to be a letinite market in Chicago for rot and i-ts' at $2 a case of 3(1 doj.cn. In con sequence, rots and spots from all over he surrounding country have been com ing into Chicago in large numbers. "Although there is a certain demand for inedible eggs for technical purposes such as tanning lather. most of the rots and spots that reach Chicago are first broken and frozen, and then sold to bak er for use in cakes and other forms of food. Now, with the state and federal authorities working together, it I be lieved the trallie can be broken up very rapidly. Another important result ol the work in Chicago, it is hoped, will be to persuade other cities and states cf the iieceity of asiting the federal government in destroying the traffic in bag eggs. That this ran be done has already rieen oemonsiraied in lrenton, N .f., where 11 indict incuts have Imhb found on the charge of conspiracy in connection with this business. Such ciiminal prosecutions, it is believed, will lo far more to put an end to trw traffic than anv number of semi res or fines." Florida State Reform School at anna, Fla., Destroyed. Tampa. Fla., Nov. If). Ten inmates of the state reform school at Marianna, Fla., are reported to have lost their lives yesterday in a fire which destroyed the institution. Gray Hair Restored aTa- WALNUTTA HAIR STAIN" HMtnna Ofar. KlmtM or smcmq Hair of silMUth lMlsatBataaly. ' QIvm mnj ).4 from Ufkt to Mask. Daaa sat waafc ar r eaT. Conlauif nopcUi.n aiw U nrt Kckf u.,a I1"- ST w'"'". n. m i.laand ffful'l rUi MM for SO poatpatil, larfa alat irtfM Uuias at raurh) If yuar driinial duu'l at t H dtratt In ua. So4 lha T. tow a pr fr..ra I -a bxttlra purt-Hapra from drul girt aaS w m fl.a ua Iu1I-1m botiia an autiilia. WALNUTTA CO.. 8208 Clark va., St. Loula, Mo. Saa4 Tala ASurllaaanat aa Ul Fail SiBfLa. Caught With the Goods A glance at the opportunity we are extend ing you in connection with this one big grand closing out sale would suggest that you have caught us with the biggest bargains to be bought at the lowest terms that have ever been offered to the public. We are still in position to satisfy your wants if you come before it is too late. We also guarantee to give perfect satisfaction to our customers on each purchase made. Notions and Jew elry at your own price. LOOK tOR THE RED, WHITE AND BLUE SIGNS. New York Bargain House, Inc. 100 MAIN STREET BARRE, VT. I ami BODY IDENTIFIED. For Set of 3 Thr-fc jrood? are fruarantced for 2) years Regular price $1.75 ThcM are regular ftock prwxls and -houM not lc clawed with cheap wan? Fale rc;n at 1 P. M. Not over two h t j to a cjf'GTrrer Reynolds & Son W; Barre, Vermont -tch f-r f'ZT l'h file SorrAlh'.r.g d:;r.. Detectives Think Barrel Mystery Due to Feud Between Rival Cants. New York, Nov. l!. The man mur- lered last niifht and stuffed into a bar rel, carried to a lonely street under the yueeuaboro bridf and left there, to be found before tiie warmth ha J left Lis body. a iden'ified Jeaterday. He was -ii if i Mar-altio. ?2, a taior. ho lived in hat section of Manhattan's taat rHle leaf, kiuiun to t!ir poller aa the home of irxncatera. and piitiim n. He himaelf had aervrd a aetitewe f'r carrying a i"Ul. and dtteetitra M-ekinff to unravel til myaterv of hi death thought it due to a feud beta-een rital jtartrs. Mw'.ael -Macalun, a ni-roni linker, the alain man' fattier, made th ijent.fl latum. He did f.t apj-ear to In- ur-t-riaej anil a mm Me or una ill, na; t t'lvfi t He !)- any information UxB mined to continue their jtiet for the murderer. TO SAVE CATTLE. 1 I 'I 1 1 i i ' QUICK RESULTS ASTONISH BARRE This ArrTopntin Will Be Akr4 Centre 75C,CX Spent S Tar. a-,tr1n. N-r. I-T lat tl ' eJ ral 4 te l"'erpti,'-tlla ! M-nt apj rimf-ir 7"'" "', in the earn- " ia!i'n a t' ii-1 f l le ttek f4-a4 j Bfif' t'-a.-a efi-l.n. i'. Of t -a. akout 1 Ml,(al ),a ! 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He takes the keenest pleasure in fashioning his own cigarettes with his own hands, to his own liking, and is proud of his skill. He is no longer a novice, but a thirty-third degree smolt veteran in the eyes cf men the world over. OCNUINC Iras. .ft BULL UUR SMOKING TOBACCO. (Enough for forty hand-made cigarttt$ in each S-ctnt tack) Cigarettes hand-made from "Bull' Durham have a rich (repartee and smooth, mellow flavor, wonderfully comforting and satisfying. This good, pure tobacco gives complete, healthful and lasting; enjoyment to more millions 01 men than all other hiqh-grade smoking tobaccos cr.mlir,fd. Get a 5c sack of 'Bull' today "roll our own' and enjoy the most sa'.iifyirg luxury in the world. tor. S srVrk rarh Se 9mrk THE ICSS tz.y-' SurCk Vim 4 AS'l. Constipation Vr. Liver Tablet I mm 99 tMrtu p1 ii i n s mmm. ft IH. 4 IWisa, UaVHIW tf II I JlSJfc. fa 'tt, f'jr-1 1 r l"4 m csf - f t . 1. ? ; x I t- I T ffa 9r patera " VJ "a. v V r ... j V i f : J -a- ; Vf ai a 'V t FREE An irue-'fed Roollrt. Heraves; terrrct war to "Rc3 Your CtT" nS Bock el c:rere pper. i3 brf be rti ta fow -, a j'rar'al rt-qurst. Ail w rets ' Bi.19 Durijfn, Dwrriam, N. C THE AMtRJCAl TOBACCO COMTATT SSI t 1